Most attorneys don’t know a cash flow statement from an income statement. This foundational course, presented by CPA and business law attorney Dr. Bart Basi, will teach attorneys about financial statements and the interpretations that can be made from such. Dr. Basi will begin by providing a brief accounting background and will then dive into accounting fundamentals that are especially critical for attorneys such as the balance sheet, the profit and loss statement, developing a cash management perspective, financial statement analysis, and more.
Dr. Basi is a specialist in the areas of business succession, business valuation, mergers and acquisitions, retirement and estate planning, strategic planning, and tax aspects of business decisions for closely held and family businesses. He speaks nationwide, writes, and researches on all of these areas. He has written five loose-leaf bound books, over 300 articles, and has worked with hundreds of businesses and associations. Journals that have published Dr. Basi’s work include Money Matters, The American Journal of Small Business, the Journal of Family Law, The Journal of Estate Planning, The Tax Lawyer, Small Business Taxation, Taxation for Individuals, Taxation for Accountants, Taxation for Lawyers, The CPA Journal and The Tax Executive.
Dr. Basi is the author of “The Tax Report,” a bi-monthly report on income and estate tax matters for closely-held businesses, “Accounting and Taxes,” a monthly column distributed to individuals and trade journals, and the “Tax Tip,” a monthly tax advisory for the closely-held and family business.
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Excellent presentation! I wish every presenter was as passionate and knowledgeable about their subjects!
Well presented and made the topic interesting and accessible to someone with no accounting background.
I wish it could have been extended to two hours to cover all the material. Great speaker, cleared up things I have had muddled in my mind for years.
As interesting as ever